Up to 315 x 5
Only intended to do a cautious single and it felt stupid light. If my shoulder was healthy I could have easily done another. Probably a stupid move but it did wonders for morale. All that time of holding back hasn't hurt my bench at all.
225 x 17, 15, 12
90 x 8, 8, 10
50s x 8, 8
Band pressdowns, Behind-the-neck press, curls
My shoulder hurts a little more than it should now, but it's from grinding out some last reps on the 225 rather than the 315. Gotta remember to stop when the bar speed slows.
Deadlift 555 x 1 (PR)
I've only deadlifted 600 with tires so this was a big step forward for me. I have the back strength, it's just been keeping things tight when past a certain depth that I've always struggled with. I'm thinking I'm going to go for 570 next time, and in general just seeing what my current limit is before resetting my cycle with the mats.
Currently on the second to last day of a five-day visit with my girlfriend. On the first day before she arrived I did a full-body workout consisting of SSB squats to start with (320x3x10), then bench pressing up to 275x6, stopping before the bar speed slowed down. Accessory work went great. I was able to bench 225x15 with no pain for a set before stripping down to 185 and then 135, finishing up with behind-the-neck presses and curls.
We might hit up the dinky hotel gym for fun (they don't even have dumbbells), but if we don't get around to it I'll be fine until Wednesday when I can lift after work.